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Does amoxicillin/clavulanate for children go bad if u do not refrigerate?

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18 Feb 2010

YES! If it has not been refrigerated it should NOT be given.

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20 Feb 2010

I agree, that is why it says on the label WARNING PLEASE REFRIGERATE. You did not have it in there please discard.

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28 Feb 2010

I have a bottle now that was prescribed yesterday to my 8 month old. It states on the bottle that refrigeration is preferable but not required.

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tf9069 28 Feb 2010

twhumphr - Are you a doctor? Please explain why you are so confident that it should NOT be given.

31 Mar 2010

Amoxicillin & clavulanate have storage condition that it should be refrigarated, if its not the medicine gets contaminated.

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22 May 2011

Our bottle says "refrigeration preferable but not required"

Double check with your pharmacist.

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